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Carpools might be the cure for campus congestion

by Cassidy McCombs , Staff Columnist // May 3, 2017
Providing a carpool option would be a start to making SDSU an eco-friendly and forward-thinking campus.
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New construction impacts students

by Nicole Badgley, Staff Writer // March 1, 2017

South Campus Plaza opened on Jan. 15 to house a portion of freshmen living in the dorms. One of the freshmen resident dorms, Tenochca, closed over winter...

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An SDSU student pedals across campus

SDSU, College Area would benefit from bike-share

by Dana Tsuri-Etzioni, Contributor // December 14, 2016

Many San Diego State students use bicycles, skateboards or scooters to navigate campus and as efficient options for getting to class. SDSU has a bike lane...

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‘Yeezy’ balances music and idiocy

by David Ayala, Staff Writer // November 2, 2016

Attending a concert in Los Angeles during the week may not seem like an intelligent thing to do attending a concert during midterms seems worse, but I...

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Sinkhole opens off I-8 near College Avenue

Sinkhole opens off I-8 near College Avenue

by Jamie Ballard, News Editor // January 21, 2016

A large sinkhole opened on the side of Interstate 8 near the College Avenue exit around 10 a.m. on Jan. 21. California Highway Patrol officers and the...

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Public transportation lags behind for commuters

Public transportation lags behind for commuters

by Daniela Contreras, Staff Columnist // November 29, 2014

Many factors influence a student’s level of participation and engagement with campus activities and organizations. One such significant factor is where...

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